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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 9, 1887, South Haven, MichiganSouth Haven South letau Viett 3vcxcii., april 9, 1887 a 3sto. 46. Governor Church Brt pro Clarinoa that Dakota Rhall observe May 5 As Arbor Day. A a. Teeg the Impresa Eugenio is said to be contemplating a tour through the United states travelling incognito a a Quot in Minnesota the gos he a will have to f do fare the railroads under a my his the state legislature. Harriet re curb Stowe who was fort years age when a Uncle Tofu s Cabin a was published in now seventy live Vears old. Lot Flannery the Washington sculptor is completing a bust general Logan which was Node led Twenty one rears ago. A. Toje oldest member the inter Rpu con Perco Cora Mission is judge Cooley Michigan who is Sixtv-threo., and Hie youngest is a i Ace f. Walker Vermont who is forty six. The news. Compiled from late dispatches i Mil Benjamin f. Piexotto estimates that the 4,6k Jolo emigrants to the United states during the last twelve years 13m,0ql.� have in a jews 46,000 whom have landed at Castle Garden within tin it two years. Governor Thayer Nebraska has commissioned cow Buffalo Bill a aide de Camp his staff with the rank colonel Aid also As com no Signor the state Nebraska to the american exhibition in the Mem i is the celebrated class \37 at Vale which holds its gift ii decennial in Jane were chief Justice Waite senator Evarta Edward Pierrc Piort Chattney Goodrich prof. Silliman and Samuel j. Tilden. Charles Johnson a coloured Man Alabama was bitten the Heel by a Rattlesnake last summer and since then has been slowly but surely turning White. A bite tacit Heel might have made him a blonde by this time. heading pa., has two thousand eases measles. We Are not informed a a to the number measles in but it is to be hoped that the enough to go a round. There is no reason in one Clas society monopolizing All them. The list f ought identical no to i. Haves. Members the fiftieth Piv edit a number pres Nanu it. There is a asian Adams n Taylor and a Washington w to is from Tennessee will be tin first the name to lit in Congress. I from Washington. With Ono exception that h. Bowen. Of Virginia the certificates election All the members the i Tietti Congress had been received at Washington the 31st ult. There wore during the last three Mouths 3.007 failures in tie United states with liabilities 32,161,000, As compared with 3,-03 failures and �3�,681,000 liabilities for the same period in 1s86. Tite inter state Commerce commission effected an organization in Washington the 81st ult. And elected judge Cooley Michigan As chairman the commission. Tin Public debt statement for March is As follows total debt including interest1,708,2 7,513 less Cash items available for reduction debt and Reserve Bills for redemption United states notes $368,-128,971. 1,340,083,512 Cash in Treasury 21.859.183 debt less amount in Treasury 1,318,223,558. Decrease during March 12,-83s.468. President Cleveland in the 1st appointed Charles a Fairchild Secretary the Treasury and Isaac h. Maynard assistant treasurer. Both Are from new York. During March the coinage the mints was 5,196.906, which 2,639,389 was in Standard Silver dollars. The unite j states business failures during the seven Days ended the 1st numbered 190, against 229 the previous seven Days. The general i and office in Washington has file. 6,105 cases awaiting adjudication. During the past week 1,268 land patents were approved. During the month March 10,315 Pati Siou certificates were issued by the United states pension a fur eau 3,084 being Tor increased pensions. The exchanges at Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United state during the week ended the 2d aggregated #1,-�,29.684,111, against 995,574,543 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1880, the increase amounts to 20 9 per cent Twett nine special agents were at work in the Bureau labor the 2d investigating strikes and lockout for the last five years. Up to the 4th 8 875,735 Trade dollars had been redeemed. The redemption was slow and it was not thought the total amount to be redeemed would exceed 7,600,000. A Rule procedure promulgated by the inter state cominis Siou the 4th to the effect that applications made for the official action the commission shall be a ease i made by petition which shall set Forth the re Are facts which they Are founded and be verified oath by the applicant an authorized agent attorney. Due i so March the United states and Canada fire losses aggregated 10.459,000�? 3,000,000 above the average for March in the past twelve years. Volume business transacted in Chicago shews an increase ten to fifty per cent Over that the corresponding period 1886. The Steamer Mexico plying Between san Francesco and puget sound was reported wrecked the 2d. Loss 150,000. Early the morning the 2d an incendiary Are consumed the magnificent hotel do Monte erected at Monterey Cal by the Southern Pacific company at a Cost 1350,001 three Hundred guests were rescued but most them lost their effects. The agricultural As Well As the live Stock interests Texas were suffering from drought which prevailed throughout the state the 2d. Throughout Wisconsin and Northern Michigan a heavy Snow storm prevailed the 4th, delaying trains in All directions. General John a. Mcnulta Bloom Ngu it a. Ilk was the 4th appointed to succeed judge Cooley As receiver the Wabash railway. Several thousand carpenters in Chicago and one thousand in Cincinnati struck the 4th for Shorter hours and higher wages. In the second District Texas in the 4th William h. Martin dem was elected congressman to till . Reagan a unexpired term. At Kansas City an electric railway was put in successful operation Tho 4th. A maximum Speed Twenty Miles an hour was obtained trial. Eleven Hundred chinamen with Small put x among them arrived at san Francisco by Steamer the 4th. The Well known Railroad contractor and Engineer. Captan John Grant died the 4th at new Orleans aged ninety two years. leaves eighty living descendants. The republicans in Cincinnati the 4h re elected their candidate Smith for mayor and in Cleveland a l. Babcock do was chosen mayor. Last december Herman Schultzer Chicago was bitten by a dog. Early the morning the 4th inst. He became violent from hydrophobia and being removed to the county jail expired in eight Hofts in terrible agony. Fixing the guilt. The defense in the Haddock ten endeavouring to impeach Leavitt and a a Bismarck and to prove an Alibi for Arens Dorf. Sioux cite la., april defense in the Haddock trial Are laying the foundation a plot charging Leavitt with the act murder. Witnesses have sworn positively that an hour before Tho murder they saw Leavitt fourth Street wearing Light pants. Other witnesses testified to his having made remarks about killing Haddock the Day the murder. Sioux City la., april 1.�?an immense crowd was present at the Haddock Mur Der trial thursday. The first witness called was Albert to Schnitski a Bismarck a he acknowledged that he got drunk after the shooting Haddock. The next witness called was Minnie Koschnitzki twelve years it is said that in it Obio parts Ger Nav the Man who loses his Wallet he Highway can go Back fifty Miles and id it. In some parts America a a a find Ruil sgt met a to new a Gay to High Back fifty rods but there is Arclo Auy tiling in it when he finds it Connecticut has ton sex governors still living. They Are c. F. Cleveland in. Miner a. H. Holley j. It. Hawley j. E. English c. U. Ingersoll c. Andrews. He b. Bigelow M. Waller and ii. Harris . Connecticut s governors must to be As durable As her wooden Nutmeg. In Massachusetts it is illegal to guess at the seed Contenta a Squash and in new Jersey one Muy not the to speculate with impunity upon the probable avoirdupois whither Are we Drifting if is not to 1# permitted to might As Well die at Picc. A hog. A yank a guess he there will 1 e he fid in Milan Italy in the months mat and june an International exhibition flour milling machinery and connected with bread making. Italian paste making Rice tar to Iii and similar industries to which american manufacturers Are requested to Send exhibits. Henry Ward Beecher s Friend. Major Pond tells this Story a few years ago he visited brat tie Boro v t., in company with . Beecher and the latter told his i that fifty years Lafore that Date he had delivered a fourth july oration in that town. He lived ten Miles away Ami the committee gave him the Choice it tween ten dollars in Cash and his expenses took tha Cash and walked to from Brattleboro that tvs much like . Beecher that no can doubt the genuineness it dry. The East. The police in new York the 1st captured j the Talbot one the most dangerous and notorious burglary in the country and 13 0,002 in Bonds and securities belonging to Miller amp co., Philadelphia were recovered. The new York supreme court admitted colonel r g. Ingersoll to practice in the courts that state in the 1st. He refused to be sworn but affirmed. In the consolidated Street railway company a a stable at Malden mass., a kerosene lamp exploded the 84, Ana me building with fifty horses was burned. Chatham mass., was the 2d swept by Cne the worst Storrs Ever known there. Trees and fences were blown Down houses us Refea and the roads were blockaded by Snow. A the report that the Cunard steamship had been wrecked the rocks off Scituate mus., was proven false by the Safe arrival the Steamer at her Dock in Boston the 3d. Fiur thousand emigrants left Castle Garden new York for the West the 4th. In a speech in new York the 4th Herr most the anarchist recently released from the Penitentiary after serving a sentence one year announced his satisfaction with the result his teachings As in Tho Haymarket affair in Chicago. A Boycott the most extensive Ever known in this country was inaugurated the 4th, being nothing los than the throwing out the tickets Twenty nine Western roads by the Eastern traffic association h Rafter through tickets and baggage checks can not be obtained from Eastern Points to the far wet. While temporarily insane John h. Bar Rou president the new Hampshire cat the company shot himself the 4th at Concord. Toe death miss Catherine Wolfe new York known throughout the United a Tats for her wealth and Benevolence occurred the 4th, at the age fifty eight years. A St unmarried woman in the United states her wealth being estimated at 30,-630,004 _ foreign intelligence. During the first three months this rear the business failures in Canada numbered 393, against 389 in 1886 liabilities 3,602,000, against 3,442,000 in 1x85. The Liberal Union members both houses the British parliament were earnestly requested by Lor a Harti Ogton the 31st ult to stand by the tories and keep Gladstone from returning to Power. Meston n. B., advices the 1st con Tain nows trains stalled in Snow Banks and hundreds passengers were suffering from cold and hunger. In Many places the Snow drifts were thirty feet deep. Prince Bismarck Germany Cole rated his seventy second birthday the 1st. A . Tau Nelly a speech in the British parliament the 1st against coercion in Iro Laud was the master Effort his life. During services the 3d thereof a Church at Lingual loss Sicily fell without warning burying beneath it one Hundred persons forty whom were killed and injured. On the Midland and Chorizo leagues in Mexico All Tho Timber amounting to 24,030 acres had been destroyed by a Prairie Tiro pm Tho 2d, and several Bouses a had been burned. The damage was already 400,000, and the fire was spreading rapidly. Three persons who were concerned in Tho attempt to kill the Czar Russia March 13 Iasi had it was reported to in Yeeu Hung and Twenty other suspects were under arrest. In a freight train collision Tho Michigan Central Road at St. Thomas ont the 2d two the employees were killed and Twenty six cars demolished. In the austrian town Pola the Adriatic an Amphitheater disappeared in Tho 21 into a chasm which emits Vapours. Sex Secretary Manning instead being in a condition As reported was the 2d said to to greatly improved since his arrival in England. The cholera in Chili was reported dying out the 4th. Three fiends who had murdered the Drivers a train Cocoa wore recently shot dead by the authorities Santiago do Cuba. One then confessed to having killed ten i n. In the building occupied by the minister finance at Madrid an infernal Machino was exploded the 4th, and another was discovered is a doorway. Two attempts having been made to use Dyn Atno the in the Spanish Sambar deputies the president the 4th cancelled All cards admission to the parliament building bold by journalists a flood at Ingersoll ont., swept away three tenement houses the 4th, six persons losing their lives. Rev. Haddock. Judge Lewis. Of age a child innocent in every act. She testified As to How John Arenstorf had bought their Home How Paul Leader accompanied them to Omaha when they left and detailed a graphic account How the defendant had used his Money in getting them out the country to join husband and father in san Francisco. The Cross examination the child was favourable to the state and at the conclusion he testimony the state rested. That the state did the unexpected thing the request the defense for a recess Mitil afternoon is conclusive evidence. As the states evidence is not in fact closed it is impossible to pass judgment upon it. They have shown that Arens Dorf was present at the killing that he was one the principal incites to Leavitt were introduced and a number business men testified to Arensdorf s g Good character. Sioux City la., april 5�?the tenth Day the trial John Arensdorf the alleged murderer Rev George c. Haddock was completed in the presence an immense crowd. It is conceded that the states attorneys have handled their Case in an Able manner and made a Strong showing. Thus far the defense has Only sought to impeach the testimony Leavitt and a Bismarck a the principal witnesses for the prosecution. Yesterday they offered As impeaching evidence and it was accepted by the court Leavitts confession and his testimony before the coroners jury and the same a a Bismarck As to his confession. In addition to this impeaching testimony has been Given against Leavitt and a Bis Marckx by equally cred table witnesses and those not suing for executive clemency. Thus far Public opinion is about evenly divided As to the guilt the accused. The most important witness yesterday was Charles Schmidt. He was playing cards in the Columbia House when the shot was fired. He sprang up to the window saw Haddock just Asha fell and saw Twe then run North water Street. 1 if then minutes after the murder he met Arens Dorf approaching tha scene the tragedy from the East it is charged by Leavitt that Arensdorf As soon As he did the shooting ran to the brewery and shortly thereafter appeared upon the Street Haddock staggered about several seconds before falling and this time added to fifteen minutes would have Given him time to reach tha brewery change his clothes and reappear. The testimony for the defense is very conflicting in Many instances but they have produced some very Strong impeaching testimony. establish an Alibi the defense will have to show where Arensdorf was alter leaving junk a Saloon five minutes before the shooting and up to Tho time his appearance fifteen minutes after the murder at the scene the tragedy. _ ready t 1 film �3hs sympathy for Ireland. Scene the murder it that to did actually do the killing they show by the evidence two his companions that night. They have also shown that Arensdorf paid All nearly All the Money that was paid to take away the witnesses the deed. At. Tho afternoon session the defense called policeman Smith who testified to having scan a a Bismarck drunk the eventful night after the murder Hail been committed. William Metz his wife officers bridewell and several others testified to the same effect. Matt Franciscus was introduced to prove a a Bismarck so bad moral character. He was engaged in Tho Saloon business for several years but was at Tho time the murder a dealer in second hand goods. Or. Franciscus was unable to name when asked to do so by meetings at Des Moines Philadelphia and Toston denounce coercion. Des Moines la., april 5.�?a Large and enthusiastic mass meeting was held in this City last night to express sympathy with Tho people Ireland and denounce the Balfour coercion Bill. Governor Lar Rabee presided and speeches were made by lieutenant governor Hull Secretary stat2 Jackson auditor Lyons congressman Conger judge Josiah Given Rev. Or. Miller Rev. Or. Frisbie father Flavin and others. L tt3rs and telegrams were read from leading m a the state expressing Hearty sympathy with the purpose the meeting. Strong resolutions expressing the sympathy the 2,004,0 people Iowa for the Irish pooping and their leaders in their fight for constitutional Liberty were adopted. A cablegram expression the sentiment the meeting was sent to . Gladstone. Boston april 5.�?faneuil Hall was packed last night by a thoroughly Ameri can audience to express condemnation the Irish crimes act governor Ames pre sided. Speeches were made by senator Hoar mayor Brien John Boyle 0�?Tr.eilly, lieutenant governor Brackett and others. Letters in sympathy with Tho object the meeting were read from senator Dawes congressman Collins and collector Saito stall. A collection 1,168 was handed in to to forwarded to the Irish league fund. Telegrams endorse i by the meeting were sent to Gladstone and Parnell. Philadel Melv. April3.�?acrcn.aoa meeting was held at the Academy music last night to protest against coercion in Ireland. Governor Beaver and All the living sex governors the state were present and Many other prominent men. Sex attorney general Brewster presided. Aft Ter several speeches resolutions sympathy were adopted and Telegraph to Gladstone and Parnell. An overflow meet ing was held in Tho Street. / \ he and so one the later. In the Chicago municipal election the. 6th the republicans elected their entire a the i a a eve it a i ticket by majorities ranging Nam 25.0ju to miss 1\ Olfe was probably the Rich f John a Honcho was elected mayor a Nman in the United. By n aj0nty i the total vote South. By a heavy Snow my Ruth Mitil a wealthy lady irid report conn., lives in a room made entirely Blue into which he sunlight streams the entire Day wears Blue Glass spectacles dresses in Blue silk and has her meals brought to the room in dishes Blue Glass where die cats sleeps and lives. She has not been out her Glass Home Over ten minutes at a time i eight years during which period she has never Fok a pain an ache. If it takes All that to avoid pains and aches the majority poor mortals wifi have to endure them. It is Given out As a fact that you can always Tell a Brake Ian i to is in love Fien you Ait approaching a Tunnel tie is a Long time lighting the lamps ill sighs because Tine rules a heart Ess corporation require him to do it Hie wants to give lovers All the Chance in can for he knows How it is himself. \ crusty unloving Krakman lights All he lamps before he gets within several Miles the Tunnel and the train it lunges in with the lamps turned up the highest Point. The girls All by that the unloving brakeman is a beast oxi the auditors the Ivea sury it department who Hart rental a House a fashionable Quarter Washington As surprised to discover at the end in month that his a Milord was none Lher than one the messengers in is Bureau. Further inquiry showed Uit the latter had been loaning Money i rough the department to Imp Cuni us clerks and others extorting in Retro an interest ten per cent Ion in. The exam anger claims to ave kept $10,000 id constant Ercula we9t and Virginia was swept storm the 3lst ult. The town Anselmo nob., was raided by cowboys Tho 1st they charged through re streets Al ring right Aud left and three men were killed. A. If. Stanton manager George Al sift Are a sons Bank at Detroit fled the 1st with 29,044 the Bank a funds. In the Haddock murder trial at Broux City la the 1st a number Saloon men were called for Tho defense to show that Leavitt not Arensdorf committed the crime. It was decided by the chief Justice Montana the 1st that com me real travellers representing foreign houses could not be compelled to the territorial License. At Saerens 8. C., Lewis Stewart coloured was hanged the 1st for wife Mur Der. 1 he Cotton factors and buyers new Orleans have decided to employ no members the labor Union a the firm Marshall a co., dealers in agricultural implement at san Francisco fled to Canada Oil Tbs 1st, taking tt5x ,0j� belonging to creditors. Armour amp co., Chicago the 1st opened half a dozen meat shops at Akron o., and were Selling meat at half Price because a Boycott by local Union butchers that Foraker the 1st sent a Pardon to David Lynch who had served seventeen year a life sentence for murder in the Ohio Penitentiary. At Waco Tex heavy Frost the 1st killed growing vegetation cutting corp Down to the ground. The steam pumps the Steamer Charley Brown burst near Hickman by the 3d killing three men and fatally scalding another. During a terrific blizzard which prevailed at Bismarck d. T., the 81 the thermometer registered Sera special grand jury in Chicago Fin a was Kochs 51,210 Nelson labor23,179. Near Wardner l to the 5th Pic Steamer Spokane capsized in the Coeur do Alene River and five the Twenty four passengers were drowned. The Steamer City peking which arrived in Francisco the 5th, brought 275.u0�o Trade dollars from China to be exchanged for Standard dollars. Six men were frightfully burned the 5th by an explosion molten Metal in the Edgar Thomson steel work it Braddock a. The jail at Yorkville 8. C., was Early the morning the 5th forced by sixty men who took out and lynched four negro thieves for the murder u White lad who had informed them. A Rik rce Forest fire was raging Tho 5th in the Woods in Prince George county va., destroying Large quantities Timber land cordwood and undergrowth. In the 8l Louis municipal election Tho 5lh the la publican elected the entire City count i with but one exception. At the Wisconsin slate election the 5th the Only office to be filled by a vote the people at Large was that associate Justice the supreme court. There was no opposition to the re election the present incumbent h. S Orton whose term will expire january 1888. The indictments recently found against present and former commissioners Cook county 111., null 2u0, and against wardens and contractor 102. Latest figures the 5th placed the majority against the prohibition amendment in Mich Gan at 5,004. The republicans elected their candidates for justices and regents the Only state officers voted for by about 10,090 majority. An explosion Tho-5th in a Coal mine at Savanna. I. T., killed six men. Twelve a rescuing party were suffocated by Gas making eighteen victims in All. At the elections in Illinois the 5th where the Temperance question was a feature a majority Tho towns voted against License. Mrs. Mart Cavot died the 5th at Lancaster pa., aged 103 yours. She was a the special a Tjui a in Juji incs Svor it us a Quot a a wished its work the 3d, returning in All j Ireland but came to uus country Between forty and fifty indictments against j Carrjr m the present Century. Members the Cook county a a Boodle at the municipal elections in Kansas gang. The charges Are bribery and con tic the women generally availed them piracy. Selves the new Law allowing them to at Clarksville teon., the most destruct \ ,1�. And so Crul were elected As members Ive fire in its history occurred the 34, school Ifni Arft. There being four fires in three hours de Twenty rims Young ladies graduated St roving Twenty four buildings the losses f r u1 the woman a medical College in Chi aggregating 250,000 a masked men took John h. Kenzie an Iowa Farmer who killed John h. Riggs one his neighbors about a month ago from the jail at Corning d. On tin�#41 a cd banged him to a tree. I a oort in so Tat Ioji it Boswell ii mtg . Which netted him a profit about i by Wip out the town the 3d. _ 1,000�fm�. J my Cago cd the 5tb and were Given diplomas. Further Notaras the filth from Cincinnati show that the Republican City ticket was elected at the recent election by a it Josities ranging from onto 3,634. The to Tai vote for mayor was Bmith step17,-ms Matson ,&�1 pc Creason labor17,�0. Aken Sdono. Leavitt. Of Connell any person who had told him that a a Bismarck so character was bad. Bioux City la., april 2.�?the defense in Tho Haddock Case yesterday introduced William Doersan who said that when mrs. Leavitt was informed Tho killing Haddock she remarked a Good in a glad the is mat Franciscus a pawnbroker last August testified that the afternoon the 31 August Leavitt said in his shop a those Fellows Are in favor whipping the preachers i am in favor killing the Cross examination he said he thought and had heard it remarked that a a Bismarck so character was bad. Joseph Spray swore that Leavitt wanted to borrow a revolver the afternoon adcus4 3. Leavitt wore Light pants to fit afternoon. James Cruikshank. The Jailer said that Leavitt came to the jail november 26 to see a a Bismarck a told him there was 110 danger if he a a Bismarck would stick to Tho Story Thev had fixed up Leavitt inquired if mrs. A a Bismarck needed any Money took her address and promised to Send her some. Al Erwin swore he saw Leavitt the night Haddock was killed in front the bankrupt store. He had Light pants Aud a rubber coat Louis 8elzer said he talked with Leavitt at junk a Saloon the Day the murder. Leavitt said a we ought to blow up some the Temperance Cranks As they did in Leavenworth a also said he once blew up a Man and three children in Leavenworth. Louis Agnes saw Bismarck after the latter a return from California he said he put Tho shocking Arensdorf to save his own neck. Barnes the City Mills gave the first evidence to prove an Alibi. said Arensdorff a character for peace Bleness was Good. On the night the murder witness went into Eberly a Saloon and remained until 9 39 took lunch with Arensdorf left about ten twelve minutes after Tor Arensdorf went East and witness went West passed Columbia House at 10 15 a a Bismarck so character was bad. John Davalean testified to the Good character Arensdorf. Samuel Ricker saw Arensdorf and Barnes together the night August 3, about ten clock near the Corner fourth and Pierce streets. Sioux City la april defense in the Haddock murder Case showed their hand saturday and while Tho attendance at court was Leas than heretofore the importance the testimony was not gainsaid. A waiter at the Shepherd restaurant testifies that John Arensdorf was there eating lunch at the time the shooting Haddock. This is two Hocks from the scene Tho murder. G. W. Smith a har Ness maker claims 10 have seen All his Story is As follows a i returned to the Columbia House . 10 06 clock. Then i went to my room. No. 17. I opened the window. It laced water Street. I could see from the window the Cross walk from the Columbia House to d neen s Corner. I heard a shot fired ten fifteen minutes after i had Laid Down the bed. I was looking out the window North. I saw Foo persons. Two were close together. I did not Nouyee any one near the Fence. The two close together were near the Middle water Street they were not Over four feet apart. I saw the Man that fired the shot he a. North and a Little is the rear the Man a hat was shot. The Man who fired the shot he a 1 get Straw hat Light pants and a rubber coat. I am Well acquainted with Arensdorf by sight i am positive that the Man who fired the shot was not John Arensdorf am acquainted with Leavitt by sight. In my judgment Leavitt la the Man who tired the fetal Shol Ai electric Light was burning brightly Serosa fourth strew to East the Cotner erf water Street the two men referred to were Between me and the clo Tryc Light. The Gas lamp at the Corner use Columbia House was burning. I refused to make a statement because 1 tras afraid getting Tuto h. A. Lyoa testified that he saw Arensdorf Ming toward the scene the homicide too Ano the drier one and. Do asking for Relief. Petitions presented to the inter state Hoard from various organizations. Washington april 5.�?senator Dolph Oregon presented to the inter state commissioners yesterday a memorial from Tho Walla Walla Board Trade in which the petitioners prayed that Tho crop the present year to relieved from the Strain exorbitant freight charge. A committee. From Macon a chamber Commerce j consisting messes. In. H. Ross h. D. Johnson 8. Waldeman and j. F. Hansen were received by the commission. They set Forth that the eff it j the enforcement Tho fourth Section the act would to to increase through j rates from eighteen to thirty per cent beyond present prices and would not reduce the Tariff Between intermediate joint. This increase through rates meant the destruction not Only the railroads but All great commercial interests in the South. They therefore prayed that the Long and Short haul Section be not applied to Southern railroads. In reply to a letter from the Canadian express company Montreal asking if Tho inter state Commerce act applied to express companies an answer was returned stating that an Early Opportunity would be Given the express company to be heard the subject and until such hearing took place the commission would hold that the Law did apply to express companies. The inter state Commerce commission has promulgated the following Rule proceeding a applications made for the official action the commission shall is made by petition which shall set Forth the facts which they Are founded and be verified by the oath the applicant some authorized agent the inter state commission gather at the capital judge Cooley chosen chairman but formal organization will not take place until april 5. Washington april 1.�?the inter state Commerce commission yesterday afternoon selected judge Cooley As chairman the commission. Prior to the selection judge cools in messes. Morrison Bragg and Schoon Tanker the three democratic members held a conference at which it was decided that in View judge Cooley Slor. G experience and Eminence As a judge and in order to demonstrate to the country that it was object to promote a dog cools a. Harmony and unanimity in the Board colonel Morrison should propose and . Bragg second judge Cooley s nomination As chairman. No actual work was done. The commissioners met in the morning called upon Tho president went to the Interior department and took the oath office and then visited their temporary rooms in the Hoe building where the geological Survey is located. No formal move was made toward an organization for the reason that some the commissioners principally judge Cooley hold that the commission can not organize till april 5, when the Law goes Morrison. Into effect. Judge Cooley is quite emphatic this Point. says the Law authorizes the appointment the commissioners and the adm n-i3tration the oath office when appointed but that inasmuch As the railroads will not be amenable to the Law till april 5 any action the commission May take before that Date will to void. It is not believed therefore that any organization will be perfected and a Secretary elected before the latter part next week. The in a Terpening Ime will be occupied by inform in meetings each Day for the purpose becoming better acquainted and agreeing upon a general interpretation tha Schoonmaker. Law. The Law is Jobo gone Over formally then taken up by clauses paragraphs and finally by sections and a perfect agree menu reached All important Points. It is understood that the work the commission when fairly under Way will be apportioned like that Tho supreme court each commissioner taking assignments cases and making examinations conducting hearings and then submitting to the full com Mission the result finding. The work the commission will be very voluminous. Those familiar with the character and vol-nm0 which will be submitted Are predicting that this will be one the a most extensive bureaus in the govern Bragg. Ment service and that within a year hundreds clerks will be required to do Tho routine work. Ono reason assigned for the enormous amount business which will accumulate is that Seldom will a decision a question apply to any other than the one Case which brought it up. 1 a witness for the defense in the Haddock Case testifies contradictory to former evidence Given by him. Sioux City la., april 6.�?the defense was sending in evidence a very positive character in the Arensdorf yesterday and it is startling if True and very told if false. John Diedrich who boards at the Milwaukee House kept by Paul Leader one the defendants swears Point Blank that a Abts Marckx was not at the scene the murder at All he was with him when the shot was fired two blocks away. Swan Anderson testified that he was West the brewery about 200 feet when the shot was fired and could see no one run in the direction the brewery from across the Bridge. J. Peterson swore that he saw the shooting and the Man who did it wore a Long rubber coat a Straw hat and ran North up water Street this same witness was brought from his Home in Norfolk lust november by marshal Shanley and then stated that the Man who fired the shot was 4 heavy set Man who after the shooting ran across the Bridge to the brewery accompanied by another Man. His testimony this morning was a Complete Surprise to the state and As they were not in a position to Cross examine the witness they asked for a. Adjournment till after dinner and the court adjourned till two clock. Tho afternoon was consumed in the Cross examination Peterson. He made so Many contradictory statements that Tho weight his evidence was badly broken. He made wifi aware to several statements concerning Cre knowledge the Case at various times since it occurred and yesterday denied making each one them As they were exhibited to him. Then he admitted signing them but claimed he was forced to do so and that he did not swear to them. Two other witnesses were examined just before court adjourned but no material fact were developed. Elections. Elected a a Iten Allcan ticket elected in Chi Cabo by a majority Over 2000-�rohjbition Defeated in Michigan Kent the Hattie the ballots in Wisconsin Ohio and elsewhere. The Chicago election. Chicago. April 6.�?the result yesterdays election was a surprising Victory for the Roche ticket. It had become Plain to almost Evory one that Many lives lost. John a Roche. The republicans backed by the Best element tha democratic party would have an easy Victory Over the socialistic labor ticket but scarcely any one was prepared for the astonishing result. Roche a majority Over Nelson is 28,000, the former receiving 51,491 votes and the death John g. Saxe. He Idle carpenters. Expires at Albany n. sketch the comic poets lift. Albany n. Y., april Godfrey Saxe the poet is dead. His body will be buried in the Greenwood family lot in Brooklyn. Or. Saxe died at the residence his Only son Charles Saxo late yesterday afternoon. He had been practically a Recluse for the last ten years the Many family bereavement which to suffered undermining his reason to some Godfrey Saxe was born june 2, Lhart at h Eugate vt., and graduated from the Middle Bury College in 18�. For years later he was adm tied to the practice Law at St. Albans and continued there us the profession until Sikio when he removed to Burlington it. He became the editor the Burlington Sentinel which he conducted As a democratic party Organ for five years. He was repeatedly the democratic candidate for governor but never secured a political office until Ifim when he was elected states attorney. After faithfully serving out his term he bid Farewell to Law and politics and devoted himself to literature and lecturing winning worldwide Fame As a satirical writer. Some fifteen years ago . Saxe failed in health and retired from Active life to a quiet Home at Albany a y. His Brilliant mind gave no warning the collapse until one Day in 1872, in an Iowa town he was stricken while about to Board a . Since that time he a produced nothing. His earliest poems 1843 were published in the Knickerbocker Magazine but it was not until a Progress a satire appeared in new York in 1816 that general attention was attracted to the new humorist. From that time to 1809 i. Saxe was one the most prolific produced verse in the English language. Early in 1870 . Saxe completed a satirical translation the Clouds aristophanes a and this was his last work lmportance.1 eighteen miners meet death in an in. Dian territory Colliery supposed Loa a British Steamer with thirty three personal other disasters. Vinita i. T., april 6.�?an explosion occurred at Savannah i. 1, in Coal Shaft no. 2, by which six Miner were instantly killed. A rescuing party soon went Down and twelve these men were suffocated by th3 Gas making a total eighteen deaths. These mine Are worked exclusively by foreigners most them being italian. New York april 6.�?the British Carmona which left Barrow fng., february 26 for this port with steel dooms is Given up As lost with All Board. Her Captain was j. A. H Crow and her orc consisted thirty three men some whom were americans. Tho vessel and cargo were valued at 3 0,000. Ward Eek i. T., april 6.-the Steamer Spokane with Twenty four passengers capsized the Coeur do Alene River at one clock yesterday afternoon. Five men were reported lost colonel Higgins Bangor me. L. Pike Portland. Ore. J. Hanna Spokane Falls . Jerome Lewiston and one deck hand Pitt Burgh. Pa., april 6.�?six men terribly burned by an explosion Moli Metal in the converting department the Edgar Thompson steel works at Braddock pa., yesterday morning. The cause Tho Accident is not known. A heat . Steel had been dumped into th3 portable Ladel preparatory to pouring it into tha ingot Mold when the liquid Metal exploded and was scattered in ajl directions. Syracuse n. Y., april 6.�?while workmen were excavating Tor the Walls the Kennedy building in West water Street at Tea clock yesterday morning a Cave in a it occurred burying four men. Ono Man named Murphy was removed after the lapse forty five minutes dead. Three times Tho rescuers reached him when fresh Earth tumbled Down and buried him again. The other three men were taken out alive. Havana april 6.�?the English mail Steamer from St. Thomas arrived Here monday bringing news that a Cutter belonging to Tho american Man War Saratoga was capsized off 1.a Brea and that five Tho occupants were drowned. L t were Nolten tha knights tha 8sw and Plana a strike in Chicago and Cincinnati. Icaro april 5.�?the Resolution adopted at the a a Tass meeting in Battery d last sunday ordering All Union carpenters to All the Bosses have to demands eight hours cents per hours was out throughout the the estimation the number cease work until ceded to their and thirty five strictly carried City and Vicinity. In the Waiking delegates men Union and non Union at work yesterday did not exceed 3�o0, and the employers confessed that the estimate was about right. The carpenters and joiners employed in the planing Mills and Sash door and Blind factories who number about 8,000, Are not affected by the strike. They have no organization and Are satisfied with the present rate wages. If the strike the 6,000 7,000 Job carpenters is a protracted one thousands masons bricklayers a filters plasterers and plumbers Are liable to be thrown out employment. The strike has left Twenty two font racer ors who have yet quite a number buildings to finish in a bad fix. A meeting contractors and master carpenters a to be held to Morrow and a Compromise May be Cincinnati april 5.�?nearly 1,100 carpenters went out strike yesterday for nine hours a Day for 2.80 and eight hours saturday. It is said the last demand i the one employers refuse to yield. Corpses Jor Chian. Bad Francisco april 5.�?the White superintendent the mongolian burial ground estimates that the pock Corpse for shipment Back to China will exceed 2,000 for the season and All the exhume a Lions will have to be performed under government supervision before removal from the cemetery will be allowed. There is not the slightest indication the chinese giving up this custom shipping Back their dead to China and is opt with Coa Varis to it m4f if followed the Coal Pool passes oat existence new York april a the present Coal combination which was formed in March 1886, has passed out existence nominally. One the Coal pres dents says that a general understanding prevails by which the Market will not receive an oversupply 01 Anthracite Aud will be full maintained. There will to no monthly statements made As m last year but All producers act in Harmony though the Mode their arriving at Tho amount to be m Ned by each company will not be made Public. A the estimate the amount Anthracite required for the year is Between 33,-000,000 and 34,000,000 tons far More than Ever before mined in a Tingle year. The Long and Short haul. Railroad representatives ask that the Section to temporarily suspended. Washington april 6.�?the int a state commie cd commission has selected As permanent quarters Tho fifth floor the Sun building. The annual rental is 3,600. Colonel Worthington general counsel for the Richmond amp Danville system major shaman traffic manager the Central Railroad and banking company Georgia and vice president Smith the Louisville amp Nashville Railroad company George r. Blanchard representing the Michigan railroads John s. Lazarus general freight agent the Indianapolis Decatur amp Springfield Railroad a. D. Smith general passenger agent the Pittsburgh amp Lake Erie Railroad and r a. Anderson superintendent the Western amp Atlanta Railroad presented petitions and arguments to secure a Cui pension the operations the Long and Short haul feature the Law until the commission can give hearings upon each specific Case. The commission afterwards rent into secret session and considered the petition presented by the Southern railway and steamship association asking Relief from the operations the Long and Short haul clause. Although no final conclusion was reached the discussion indicated that the operations this clause the Law will be a a Topor aril suspended As respects these rods pending a full hearing their Case. A a Story one our Parish ministers a favorite the one end is going the rounds. Having returned from a visit to Balmoral he was calling one his poor Pari Hinners to whom he mentioned Thuc fact that he hid been seeing the Queen. Old woman a Man i Dinna think sae rankle her majesty after she travelled the boat minister a but Yon remember blessed Saviour plucked the ears com is old woman a weel i did a think sae Muckle him Aither alter i read out is Apter weekly. A fashion in localities changes a old cities As Well As in new. Forty fifty years ago toe area covered by the Royal Blue and Rod books which describe the fashionable districts London Lay far More centrally than now. The Center at West end has removed from Grosvenor Square to Kensington and the streets about Oxford Street Are quietly dropping out the aria toe ratio limits. Fashion in streets moves Westward. A rebellion yelled. Chicago april 6 a forty prisoners at Tho bridewell rebelled monday morning and refused to undertake the tasks assigned to fiem. All the men in Tho insurrection wore in the Cane weaving department which num Bers about 125 men. The cause the outbreak was the fact that the daily task each Man had been increased from the usual Winter estimate a Days work. They were in arched to their cells and again Given a Chanco to return to work but refused. By order superintendent Felton the mutineers were handcuffed and compelled to stand erect All night with their hands outside their cell doors. In Tbs morning they returned to their tasks. Latter 23,481. The other Republican candidates received about the same vote. Tho Only candidate elected the labor ticket is e. D. Connor for Alderman in the fifth Ward. Tha prohibition vote was very 9mah the republicans elected thirteen out the eighteen aldermen voted for and the new Council will therefore stand 25 republicans to 10 democrats and 1 soc farm. Other Illinois town. Cynic ago 111, april 6.�?the latest returns from the election indicate a Republican and High License Victory in the town ejections this county. The town Joliet has gone democratic by a Safe majority elect aug the entire town ticket from supervisor Down. A Oakland Bloomington Elpaso each Seo Mendota braid Wood Tolono Hillsboro Plano. Mason City Wheaton Neoga Galva Centra a Cerro Gordo Farmer City Eureka. Vandalia Galena Marshall Tuscola Newman Princeton and Quincy elected Republican tickets Lacon Elgin Hennepin mount Pulaski Assumption Springfield and Rock Island gave democratic majorities. Where the License question was an Issue a majority the towns voted against License. Wisconsin. Milwaukee wis., april 6.-in Many cities the state by a pre concerted arrangement. Ladies in bodies went to the polls and offered to vote claiming to be entitled to do so by an inference conveyed by a recently enacted Law allowing woman to vote in school affairs. In Sturgeon Bay 100 them noted but elsewhere their ballots were refused. In Delavan eighty prominent ladies marched to the polls in the morning in procession. A Lively discussion followed sj>03che3 being made for and against their right to vote. After considerable excitement the Board refused to accept the votes the ladies. The polls were blockaded until after twelve clock by ladies who persisted in offering their votes. A test Case Wilt be made and carried to the supreme court. The Only state election yesterday was for associate judge the supreme court. Harlow s. Orton Democrat was re elected without opposition. Milwaukee county Votel judge the circuit and judge the Superior courts. The democrats and republicans placed a fusion ticket in the Field against the labor party. Five City precincts have been heard from giving d. H. Johnson Democrat and George h. Noyes Republican the fusion judicial candidates 1,149 majority Over the labor candidates. Reports from Interior cities Are meager. Columbus Delavan torah Beloit eau Claire bar boo and fond do Lac have elected Republican mayor the democrats were successful in Madison Ater town Plymouth Janesville Appleton and Waukesha and in Lepere and Whitewater fusion tickets were victorious. Ohio. Cincinnati april 6.�?the City election resulted in the Triumph All the Republican candidates by pluralities Over Tho United labor candidates from 616 to 3 004. S a a Columbus o., april 6�?a general round up returns from Ohio 3 Spring election monday show that outside the cities Cleveland and Columbus the republicans held their own. The show Mada by the lao party has revived the talk making m. A. Foran Cleveland the democratic candidate for governor this fall. Michigan. Detroit april 6.-the prohibitionists continued to claim a Victory until noon yesterday when from the figures received it became known that their Hopes were groundless. Republicans carried the state for supreme Justice and regents James v. Campbell and Charles d. Long securing an election for justices and Roger w. Butterfield and Charles Hebard for regents. Their majorities will exceed 6,600. The amendment relative to an increase salaries state officials has probably carried by a considerable majority although i1 will take the official count to determine that additional returns received up to Midnight with corrections previous partial reports show As follows Aera inst prohibition 51,548 for prohibition 46,403 majority against prohibition 5,145. It ii not thought pro Hable that this majority will suffer considerable reduction. The most Liberal allowances keep the anti prohibition majority above 3,000 m any event. Kansas. Kansas cite mo., april 6.-scattering returns from Kansas indicate that the municipal elections in general passed off quiet and As far As can now be judged the introduction female suffrage does not work great change in the character results. In some cities and towns the women availed themselves quite generally their newly acquired privilege. The effect the Experiment can not be divined As yet. The issues involved however Are local. At several Point women were elected to membership the school boards. A a some the boys just for fun got an old Darkey to run for Burgess at Sharon a. On election Day he appeared the streets mounted a White horse which was loaded Down with Bells and red White and Blue ribbons while his rider was togged out in Whit ii plug hat Linen duster and covered with ribbons. The joke took my Well that he came within a few votes being Globe. A it was Bat a few years ago that a Foreman a printing office in a making up the paper placed an advertisement for a two drummers under the the head a musical a although the context showed that two commercial travellers were . A Ledger. Big drifts in Kief St Hancock mich., april 6 a decidedly the worst Snow storm the season is just Over. The Snow is thirty four inches deep and drifted badly. The Hancock amp Calumet Railroad is blocked. The Marquette train was delayed several hours and it took the Mineral Ranga train seventeen hours to go thirteen Miles from Calumet to Hancock. The first time for the season All traffic the Street was stopped. Telegraph and Telephone wires Are Down. Is Aldisa fish Ottawa ont., april amp a notwithstanding the heavy duty imposed Canadian fish entering the United states exports Tho fisheries As compared with last year Are steadily the increase. The total actual exports the fisheries during seven months ending the 28th february amounted to 6,300,00% against 6,058,000 during the corresponding period the year before. As compared with the corresponding month last year there was an increase Twenty seven percent in fishery exports during the month february As shown by the official returns just published. A if you want to meet All your friends just undertake to run along the Street to catch a train. Every Man you Ever Taw will be hand to the time Day. A Philadelphia Call. A there a re forty p w thousand women to Gray few in the United state. The a isms can la the work being washed. Chicago april 6.�?count Charles de leases. Son the famous French Engineer is at the Palmer House 00 his Way Homo from inspecting the Panama canal. It la Learned that the canal la being pushed Forward rapidly and it is expected that it will be completed by 1886. There is a Force 10,000 men constantly at week it and the sanitary condition is Good Tho labourers being healthy Aad sati haul with the fair surroundings. The report that a a wanting by score and mboe Era not Heel aged is declared Faivae. The Proi �1 us paid up at tha Rumm project certain

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